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  • Writer's pictureTracy Viscosi

Seeking Student Voices: Share Your Nevada Science Olympiad Experience!

Updated: Mar 7

Attention all Nevada Science Olympiad participants! As we reflect on the excitement, challenges, and triumphs of preparing for the competition, we want to hear from you. Our website is dedicated to capturing the spirit of the event, and your experiences are the key to bringing this story to life.

Whether you engineered an ingenious device, solved complex problems, or navigated the thrilling world of scientific inquiry, your journey is unique. We are looking for quotes from students participating in this year's Nevada Science Olympiad to feature in an upcoming press release and our website that shows the diversity of experiences and perspectives from the competition.

How to Participate:

  • Submit Your Quote: Share a brief quote about your experience with the Nevada Science Olympiad. What did you learn? What was your favorite part? How has participating in this event impacted you or your view of STEM? How has your participation impacted your view of the University of Nevada Las Vegas?

  • Include Your Details: Along with your quote, please provide your name, grade, and school.

  • Send to Us: Please email your quotes to with the subject line "Nevada Science Olympiad Experience."

Submission Deadline: Friday, March 15, 2024

We are particularly interested in hearing about:

  • Teamwork and Collaboration: How did working with your team enhance your experience?

  • Challenges Overcome: Were there any obstacles or challenges you faced, and how did you overcome them?

  • Personal Growth: In what ways have you grown from this experience, both intellectually and personally?

  • The Fun Side: The Science Olympiad isn't just about the competition; it's also about having fun. Share any memorable or funny moments you experienced.

Your voice matters, and we can't wait to hear your stories and insights. Let's showcase the incredible talent, dedication, and passion that thrives within the Nevada Science Olympiad community.



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